10 Internet Mysteries Nobody Has Solved

The internet, as useful and entertaining as it might be, also has its share of things nobody can explain. Webdriver Torso's strange YouTube videos are just the latest phenomenon that has caught our imaginations.

Alltime10s quickly walks us through a number of curious internet mysteries, from codes nobody can seem to break to Bitcoin. John Titor is arguably not a mystery in that none of his predictions came true, but I'm counting it since we don't actually know who was behind it. Plus, he was the inspiration behind some of the stuff in Steins;Gate. I'd also never thought about internet black holes before, but now that I know about them, I'm probably going to be creeped out whenever a message of mine doesn't doesn't actually go through — which, y'know, isn't that uncommon for any one of us to experience.

10 Unsolved Mysteries of the Internet [Alltime10s]


    I wonder if some of these codes are just nonsense out there for the sake of it, for attention, to annoy people and so forth.

    John Titor? Come on... How is some anonymous web poster clearly making stuff up really a mystery? Just someone having fun. Enough time has passed for his predictions to be shown to be wrong. So it was soming having some fun. Who cares and not a mystery. You for instance don't know who I am.

    I am a space pirate from the year 3000.
    Look a new giant mystery for the internet!

      Oh god! What is the status of man in the year 3000, oh mighty and benevolent space pirate?

    What baffles me is why this needed to be a Video when it could have more easily been a list.

      This. It happens with such regularity. 10 minute help videos that could have been explained in a paragraph or even a sentence. These are the real mysteries of the internet.

    10 Internet Mysteries Nobody Has Solved

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    It's Google:


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